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Big Cats, Little Cats

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Sometimes it’s hard to believe that the lazy cats who lounge around our house all day are related to majestic beasts like lions and tigers. But big or little, these cat cousins have lots in common, as we learned from this list. Using fiction and non-fiction, we explored cats’ role in nature, history, and mythology, and learned just how much humans have always been intrigued by felines—no matter their size.

  1. Watch African Cats by Disney Nature
  2. Watch The Aristocats
  3. Amazing Cats by Eyewitness Junior
  4. Big Cats by Seymour Simon
  5. Big Cats by Jonathan Sheikih-Miller and Stephanie Turnbull
  6. Watch Cat by DK Eyewitness
  7. The Cat at Night by Dahlov Ipcar
  8. Cats by Jane Resnick
  9. Catwings by Ursula Le Guin
  10. City Cat by Kate Banks and Lauren Castillo
  11. Everything Big Cats by Elizabeth Carney
  12. Millions of Cats by Wanda Ga’g
  13. Outside and Inside Big Cats by Sandra Markle
  14. Puss in Boots by Paul Galdone
  15. Watch Puss in Boots by Dreamworks
  16. Six-Dinner Sid by Inga Moore
  17. Small Cats by Markus Kappeler
  18. The Tenth Good Thing about Barney by Judith Viorst and Erik Blegvad
  19. There Are Cats in This Book by Viviane Schwarz
  20. The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr
  21. Time Cat by Lloyd Alexander
  22. Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurrican Katrnia, Friendship, and Survival by Kirby Larson, Mary Nethery, and Jean Cassels
  23. Your Cat’s Wild Cousins by Hope Ryden
  24. Wabi Sabi by Mark Reibstein and Ed Young
  25. The Wild Side of Pet Cats by Jo Waters
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